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Computing Vision March: 2020

Computing Vision March: 2020

The College of Computing Sciences and Information Technology has released its Student Magazi
THE NATIONAL UNITY DAY CELEBRATION

THE NATIONAL UNITY DAY CELEBRATION

CCSIT is one of the topmost institutes for B-tech, BCA, and BSc programmes in the state of Utta
Write up for Fresher’s  Party

Write up for Fresher’s Party

A fresher’s party for the BBA iNurture students was held on 16th October 2019. The objective o
Deepotsav

Deepotsav

On the occasion of Diwali (25TH Oct), Teerthanker Mahaveer University’s engineering college CCS
WORKSHOP ON “NETWORK SECURITY AND ITS CONCEPTS”

WORKSHOP ON “NETWORK SECURITY AND ITS CONCEPTS”

Owing to the growth of digitalization, networking has become a key aspect in today’s world henc
Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights

Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights

Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) under the aegis of MHRD’s Innovation cell initiative and
Write up for Panel Discussion

Write up for Panel Discussion

On 19th October, Teerthanker Mahaveer University’s College of Computing Sciences & Informat
Educational Tour Report: Inter-University Acceleration centre (IUAC)

Educational Tour Report: Inter-University Accelera

The students of FOE & CCSIT’s department of Physics visited the Inter-University Accelerati

College of Computing Sciences & Information Technology’s (CCSIT) MCA program students from 2nd year visited RamGanga Choupal, Moradabad on 24th October. The one day visit was coordinated by Dr Shakti Kundu (Associate Professor, CCSIT) and Mr Randeep Kumar Sahu (Assistant Professor, CCSIT) under the leadership of Prof. R. K. Dwivedi (Director & Principal, FOE & CCSIT).

Ms Neha Bhatnagar, WWF representative shared some insightful information to the students regarding the cleanliness and the damage done to RamGanga river. The city’s waste dumped into the river further pollutes it more and later merges with river Ganges (Ganga). Moreover, she also informed the students about the project that is offered to the students to create a mobile application that can count the utility of water used daily. The students who will be selected will receive due credit for the application by WWF. This boosted the enthusiasm amongst the students.

Stating further Ms Neha also appreciated the college’s initiative for arranging such a visit.

CCSIT of Teerthanker Mahaveer University ranks amongst the topmost institutes in the state of Uttar Pradesh and the Delhi NCR and is trying to become a green campus in itself. TMU campus has rainwater harvesting system, sewage treatment plant and solar modules installed inside the campus, the used papers inside the university are also sent for recycling processes in every 6 months. TMU & CCSIT hopes that even the students adopt the attitude of giving back to nature by integrating greenways into their lifestyles and save the environment as much as possible.

Due to such practices, CCSIT has made a remarkable impact and achieved good fame and won many laurels for it’s cultural, sports or socialist endeavours.

At the end of the visit, the students thanked Ms Neha WWF representative along with the college management for holding this site visit.

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